This afternoon.

The Dáil at the Convention Centre.

Earlier: While Stocks Last

Meanwhile…

Hmm.

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16 thoughts on “Gazumped

  1. ce

    “.@labourparty will reintroduce Darragh O’Brien’s own bill from 2019, word for word, before the Summer if the Government continue to fail to act to give first time buyers a chance against big property investors and their bottomless pockets pic.twitter.com/AAuy2zntoV”

    – that’s some class political trolling… well played…

    1. Rob_G

      Jesus Christ – what, in the name of good fupp, does water charges have to do with the poo-show that is the housing shortage?

      1. Sara

        My point is that if Rebecca Moynihan were in the coalition government now she would be supporting Darragh O’Brien. She was opposed to water charges until Labour got into government with FG. Then she radically changed her tune.

          1. Dr.Fart

            People on here need to realise that explaining things to Rob_G is pointless. If he misunderstands something, he’s fixed in that position. He’s incapable of deciphering any explanation put to him, he’s rooted in his original position and nothing will take him away from that. He will absolutely never see anyone else’s side of things. Just ignore him.

          2. Rob_G

            In a world where you had decided to study fake rhetoric instead of fake medicine, I might possibly have been convinced by your argument.

          3. Dr.Fart

            me being a real doctor is irrelevant. my point still stands; you cannot see anything from another angle, and you cannot begin to even try to understand what anyone explains to you.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    ‘Unacceptable’
    They all learned from Mary Harney. Her favourite catchphrase.

    And Labour? The sticky tape on Mick Noonan’s legacy

  3. Peter

    Reverse ferret from Martin. Looks like some internal polling found that vulture funds are unpopular ( the clue is in the name).
    Hell be calling for a United Ireland next!
    But FF are following, not leading as per usual. The “comfortable” vote will float to FG and the pissed off will slide to SF.
    The minute covid goes, so does Michael.

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